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Common man: the wannabe criminal ||Neem Candies
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The common man aspires to be a criminal, a respectable criminal albeit. “I am a respectable government officer”—we very well know what all that implies. And we are not talking of Seshans and Khairnars here; we are talking of 99.99999% of the government officers.

The common man himself takes pleasure in crime. It’s just that he doesn’t have the guts to commit larger crimes, which too he does the moment he gets a safe position. So, there are those who are committing crimes, and then there are those who are waiting to commit crimes—those who are not committing crimes because they feel that it is not yet safe to commit a crime; they are waiting to gather more power, they are waiting to come to safe and powerful positions where they can then offend with impunity.

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